Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Reaction to the Torment of Uyghur Turks by Sony and Toshiba


12 Japanese companies, including Sony and Toshiba, have announced that they will reconsider their business deals with their Chinese partners on the grounds that they are forced to work Uighur Turks in China’s Xinjiang region.

In Japan; between them Sony, Toshiba 12 companies, including such giants, announced that they will reconsider their agreements with some Chinese companies on the grounds that China is forced to work the Muslim Uyghur minority in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. According to the news in Euronews Turkish, this 12 companies will completely quit their business with their Chinese partners or they will consider quitting.

This decision, which was made after countries such as the USA and the United Kingdom imposed import restrictions on cotton and other products from the Xinjiang region, continues to receive support from other countries. Twelve Japanese companies, including internationally recognized brands such as Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi, Fast Retailing, and Ryohin Keikaku, will impose sanctions on their Chinese partners on the grounds of the employment conditions of Uyghur Turks up to “torment”.

“Japanese government remained passive”

According to the report by Japontimes, the Japanese government is criticized for staying too passive on this issue for fear of provoking China. It is currently unknown whether these companies took these steps with the approval of the government or took this path with their own decisions.

Bans started to come from countries

Uighur Turkish

China’s treatment of Uyghur Turks in January “barbarism” Dominic Raab, the British Foreign Secretary, said that Uighur Turks by forced labor He announced that the trade of the products obtained would be prohibited. A move similar to that of Britain came from the USA. The US decided to ban the import of cotton products from the Sincan Production and Construction company on the grounds that Uyghur Turks were forced to work.

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Apart from these two countries, important statements came from Canada. Canada, China’s actions against Uyghur Turks “genocide” approved the law defining as. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi described the statement made by countries about the living conditions of Muslim Turks living in the Xinjiang region as “defamatory attacks”. According to human rights activists and UN experts, close to 1 million Uighur Turks are kept in camps in Xinjiang and serious human rights violations are being committed to these innocent people.

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